"She's amassing all of the information against Wo Fat, trying to find out where he is, what his next move is." As the head of an elite task force, however, Mc Garrett isn't about to embrace just anyone who tries to access his intel.
"Kaye starts off a little bit prickly and trying to hold her own against Mc Garrett, having to walk into his office and kind of act like she owns place," says Oleynik."He calls her bluff and then after some back and forth trying to top each other, they realize that they're on the same page." Watch videos of In contrast, Oleynik's real-life introduction to O'Loughlin and the rest of the cast (Scott Caan, Daniel Dae Kim and Grace Park) was anything but antagonistic.
I live in a city where they say, “The dream of the ‘90s is alive.” Yes, Portland. I picked up a book from a thrift store a few weeks ago and the cashier pointed to her head and back to the book cover.
It was part of the series, the Nickelodeon TV show that ran from 1994-98 even provided with it a series of paperbacks.
Babefaced Larisa Oleynik (Alex Mack) is on the cover wearing a white t-shirt under a striped vest and a backwards snap-back hat, as was the thrift store cashier. I theorize that queer girls everywhere who rock the head accessory today—from here to Brooklyn and deep in the corners of any lesbian dance party on a steamy Saturday night— are not only taking a fashion nod from Alex Mack, but probably spent many a morning in the ‘90s dressing similarly for school because of her.
In the series, Alex Mack is the girl who gets into a chemical spill accident while riding her bike.
In real life, the little tomboys of the ‘90s were asking for Umbros, jean overalls, Airwalks, beanies, and duh—snap-back hats.
There’s a photo of me in a backwards-black snap-back hat, Lycra shorts, an oversized T-shirt with the sleeves rolled, and all-black Reebok sneaks.
star begins her multiple-episode run on the CBS drama on Monday playing Jenna Kaye, a CIA agent visiting from Langley, Va.
"The thing is when it comes to romance with one of the leads, I kind of hope not.
The smooth, charming Hitch is thrown off his game when he meets a smart and gorgeous gossip columnist played by Eva Mendes. The farcical movie revolves around a playboy doctor who decides to settle down with a much younger woman (Brooklyn Decker), and convinces his nurse to pose as his estranged wife to cover up an embarrassing lie.
Another popular Adam Sandler film is 1998's film Newly fired under-achiever Jack and ambitious but broken-hearted Joy meet on a trip to Las Vegas and have an unforgettable fling, which includes a drunken wedding.
"She's an analyst and is on leave to hunt down Wo Fat because he was involved with the killing of her fiancé," the actress explains.